Prof. Michael Unger, a Senior Institute Associate at the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School will be in Strathmore Business School to lecture MBA sessions in Strategy and Micro-economics of Competitiveness.
Professor Unger is a senior fellow in Strathmores Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness as well as the Executive-in-Residence and Associate Professor of Management and International Business at the Sellinger School of Business, Loyola University Maryland. He has lectured MBA courses at Loyola on Globalization and International Business, Managing in Developing Countries, Global Strategy, and The Microeconomics of Competitiveness. Having held senior policy positions in the U.S. Government, he has worked in over 35 developing countries in the areas of international trade, finance, investment and competitiveness.
Prof. Unger who received his Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University and M.A. from Washington University- St. Louis, has centered much of his work on the regionalization of Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, as well as the development of clusters and competitiveness of Rwanda and Kenya. His current research interests include cluster formation in developing countries.